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    How To Train Your Trainers In this video from the NSCA's 2014 TSAC Conference, Jay Merlino discusses "how to train your trainers" in the sense of figuring out the best way to communicate knowledge; not only programmatic insights, but implementation of the actual program as well. What is the Best Part About Being an S&C Coach? NSCA experts answer your FAQs. Today, we look to Scott Charland, Michael Doscher, Adam Feit and Christina Specos to answer the question, “What is the best part about being a strength and conditioning coach?" Nutritional Supplementation to Increase Muscle Mass In this lecture from the NSCA's 2014 National Conference, Trent Herda talks about using supplementation to build muscle mass. He discusses protein, the impact of resistance training, what data is currently available, and introduces some newer supplements.
    Mobility and Motor Control In this hands-on lecture from the NSCA's 2014 Movement Performance Clinic, Jay Dawes demonstrates stretches and mobility work that are designed to emphasize good postural control and good postural stability. Developing a Career in TSAC Dr. Katie Sell speaks at the 2014 National Conference on Developing a Career in TSAC. In this four-part series, Dr. Sell discusses an overview of TSAC, provides information about professional development, and covers working with firefighters, law enforcement and military. What is Your Greatest Success Story? NSCA experts answer your FAQs. Today, we look to Abbie Smith, Jacob Wilson, Syl Lemelin, and Mike Martino to answer the question, “What is your greatest success story?”
    The Use of Velocity-Based Training in Sports In this lecture from the NSCA's 2014 Coaches Conference, Dr. Bryan Mann addresses velocity-based training (VBT) in sports. Dr. Mann defines VBT as "the use of various devices that measure displacement and time" as he describes each device and its ability. Wildland Firefighter Job Task Analysis and Implications for Fi ... In this lecture from the NSCA's 2014 TSAC Conference, Katie Sell talks about the unique demands and skills required of wildland firefighters. Because wildland firefighters are involved in many different disciplines, Katie stresses the importance of fitness for not only job performance, but survival. What are the Most Common Mistakes that Young Strength and Cond ... NSCA experts answer your FAQs. Today, we look to Donnell Boucher, Shawn Windle, Matt Chandler, and Brian Gearity to ask the question, “What are the most common mistakes that young strength and conditioning coaches make?”